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Ghods L, Kalantar M. Different Methods of Long-Term Electric Load Demand Forecasting a Comprehensive Review. IJEEE 2011; 7 (4) :249-259
URL: http://ijeee.iust.ac.ir/article-1-301-en.html
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Long-term demand forecasting presents the first step in planning and developing future generation, transmission and distribution facilities. One of the primary tasks of an electric utility accurately predicts load demand requirements at all times, especially for long-term. Based on the outcome of such forecasts, utilities coordinate their resources to meet the forecasted demand using a least-cost plan. In general, resource planning is performed subject to numerous uncertainties. Expert opinion indicates that a major source of uncertainty in planning for future capacity resource needs and operation of existing generation resources is the forecasted load demand. This paper presents an overview of the past and current practice in long- term demand forecasting. It introduces methods, which consists of some traditional methods, neural networks, genetic algorithms, fuzzy rules, support vector machines, wavelet networks and expert systems.
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Type of Study: Research Paper | Subject: Load Modeling Estimation&Forecasting
Received: 2010/07/04 | Revised: 2011/12/24 | Accepted: 2011/07/18

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